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MultiCare Stroke Survivor Network virtual option

Caregivers, Survivors

Meeting Type:: In-Person + Virtual


  • 3609 Market Pl W
  • University Place, Washington 98466


Meeting Details

  • every 3rd Thursday of the Month
  • 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM Pacific
  • Yasmine Auza
  • [email protected]
  • University Place Pierce County Library


The MultiCare Stroke Survivor Network
(In Collaboration with the MultiCare Stroke Program and Good Samaritan Rehabilitation)

BACKGROUND: According to the American Heart Association, Social isolation and loneliness are associated with about a 30% increased risk of heart attack or stroke, or death from either. We are reinvigorating the stroke resources in our community to assist stroke survivors and their family members. 
The past two years have been exceedingly challenging in keeping a stroke support group fully engaged and well attended. With this in mind, we want to reinvigorate the stroke resources in our community to assist our stroke survivors and their family. 
THE MISSION: Empowering stroke survivors, their families, and caregivers with resources to help them recover, regain, and REBUILD their lives.
-To provide a safe and therapeutic environment for stroke survivors, their families and caregivers to share their experiences and challenges in their road to stroke recovery. 
-To establish activities that promote healing. 
-To invigorate a stroke support group that can assist with the stroke survivors in our community



Activity program, Caregivers welcome, Community Outreach, Educational support, Emotional support, In-person support, Online support


Aphasia, Inpatients, Open to anyone in the community, Stroke (hemorrhagic) survivors, Stroke (ischemic) survivors

Please contact the support group before arriving to confirm meeting location, date, and time.

Disclaimer: Our stroke support group registry includes groups that are independent of American Stroke Association. Discussion topics do not necessarily reflect the views of the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association.